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    Islesboro estate The Froggery sold at auction - Photo courtesy of DeCaro Luxury Auctions | of | Share this photo

    The Froggery, an Asian-inspired estate with a Japanese garden and tea house on more than 15 acres on the island of Islesboro, off Lincolnville, was sold because the owner relocated to Hong Kong.

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    Glass walls in the house were made by Charles Barone and provide views of original sculptures and oil paintings displayed throughout.

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    The home's large wrap-around porch and cantilevered, upper deck were designed to resemble a ship's deck.

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    The garden has koi ponds, reflection pools and Zen gardens with gravel patterns.

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    A spiral staircase features a handrail that was built by a yacht company.

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    The master bathroom boasts an oversized shower with a classic Japanese woodblock print reinterpreted using mosaic tiles.

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    Mahogany floors and window frames, red oak timber beams, poplar ceilings and cedar trim are meant to evoke a wooden vessel.

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    The Islesboro home's interior was designed to be built with glass, wood, granite, slate, bronze and stainless steel.

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    A stone pathway with three Japanese Torii gates leads to an authentic tea house.

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    An authentic tea house sits adjacent to the main home.

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    The 8,000-square-foot home sits on more than 15 acres on Islesboro overlooking Penobscot Bay.

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    The Froggery has abundant shorefront on the island of Islesboro.

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